In the continuing saga of old musicians’ things being auctioned off, a one-of-a-kind artifact from Frank Sinatra’s past will soon be available to the public.
An early draft of Bob Dylan’s “Like a Rolling Stone” was sold on Tuesday (June 24) for $2 million in New York.
The collection is called “You Might Well Arsk,” and that’s not a typo.
Get ready to spend about six figures if you want to be in the bidding.
The lyric sheet, which dates back to 1974, was written in his hometown of Long Branch, NJ. The lyrics are written in blue ink on an 8 1/2-by-11 sheet of ruled notepaper.
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